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StyleKylie Jenner's Skincare Line Is Already Facing Major Criticism

20:20  15 may  2019
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It’ s no question Kylie Jenner ’ s lip kit line is in record-breaking high demand, but the kits have become so unobtainable due to constant sell-outs after each restock that They released a statement saying, “The company has informed the BBB that they confirm the weight of items shipped prior to shipping.

Kylie Jenner reportedly filed trademarks for a potential skincare line . The mere mention of Kylie Jenner ' s name conjures images of pouty lips, matte lipsticks, and Snapchat arm swatches. Now, rumor has it the billionaire beauty mogul who gifted the beauty world with Kylie Cosmetics lip kits, eye

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KylieSkin, the latest feather in Kylie Jenner’s wide-brimmed hat — scratch that, let’s make it a sombrero — hasn’t even launched yet, but it’s already caused an uproar online.

The makeup mogul’s skincare line consists of a handful of aesthetically pleasing pastel pink bottles, including a face wash, face scrub, toner, serum, moisturizer, and eye cream, all of which claim to be “cruelty free, vegan, gluten free, paraben free, sulfate free and dermatologist tested.”

So … what's the catch? Well, the face scrub in question is a walnut face scrub, and if the pairing of the words “walnut” and “face” has you hearing alarm bells, you’re not alone.

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Kylie Jenner ‘ s skincare line is in jeopardy of taking a major blow before she even gets it off the ground. The billionaire makeup mogul had filed documents to secure a trademark for an upcoming line called, “ Kylie Skin By Kylie Jenner ,” and even though she has yet to officially announce it, it appears

Two of the patents' names " Kylie Skin " and " Skin by Kylie Jenner " seem to cover actual products. " Kylie Skin " was also trademarked for retail store services, which could potentially hint at future Jenner ' s plans to expand her growing beauty empire into the skincare category isn't that surprising.

In 2016, St. Ives faced a class action lawsuit over their cult-favorite apricot scrub when it was alleged that the walnut powder in the product caused microscopic tears in the skin. The suit was eventually thrown out, but the concerns about walnut-based skincare products have lingered.

According to Kylie, her walnut face scrub is her “secret to a fresh face” (though, tbh, being 21 may also have something to do with that), and it’s so “gentle” you could use it every day.

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Twitter took the billionaire to task, questioning (and straight up slamming) her decision to include walnut in her exfoliator, as well as the claim that it can be used daily. And honestly, regardless of whether walnut products are actually harmful to your skin, some of these images and vivid descriptions are enough to put me off any nut-based scrubs, or maybe even any scrubs …

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Kylie Cosmetics has already made Kylie Jenner an almost billionaire and has her on track to become the youngest self-made billionaire ever. Her cosmetics line started with Lip Kits and quickly expanded to eyeshadows, blushes, highlighters, concealers, lipsticks and glosses. So what’ s next for the youngest

When it comes to Kylie Jenner , and the Kardashian fam as a whole, always listen to the fans. They know their stuff. Rumors have been swirling for a while that the youngest Jenner was releasing a skincare line , especially since she’ s been posting gorgeous makeup-free selfies (like the one above)

For the record, skin therapist Ildi Pekar tells InStyle that you generally shouldn't exfoliate more than twice a week, though there's a smidge of wiggle room (as in, one extra scrub session) depending on the season and the amount of makeup you wear. (Additionally, Pekar says that exfoliating serums — like enzyme or alpha hydroxy acid-based formulas — are a gentler option that can be used daily.)

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Kylie Cosmetics has earned Kylie Jenner the number one spot on Forbes' list of the Richest Self-Made Women, but it sounds like her in-the-works skincare line The outlet reports that Jenner has been given a "grace period" to make changes to her trademark application, but that if she doesn't do so in a

Say hello to Kylie Jenner -approved skincare , which is almost certainly coming your way in the not-so-distant future. Having already taken over the beauty industry with Kylie Cosmetics, and her now-iconic Lip Kits just one weapon in her arsenal of products, the 21-year-old billionaire is coming for your

Say no to microtears, fam.

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People Are Shocked Kylie Jenner Has a Walnut Scrub in Her New Skin Care Line.
Dermatologists also have some concerns about the ingredients.

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